subdivision rights I am part of a 26 lot subdivision made up of mostly double…

subdivision rights
I am part of a 26 lot subdivision made up of mostly double wide mobile homes. The contract we signed stated that we were to pay monthly or annually for road maintenance fees and clear water discharge. We were all paying the dues and nothing was getting done to the road. The contract also states that ”at such time as , some name, has sold outright 51% of property and does not hold title to, there will be an election of officers to take over and run the association. We have about 65% of the lots sold and we have already gotten with a local attorney and filed our officers of the association in the court house. We have been collecting the money and paving the road with gravel. All expenses can be accounted for with receipts. Now the original owner has served us all with papers from an attorney stating we owe him for every lot we own for the past 2 years road maintenance plus $250 per lot for attorney fees. All our actions go according to his contract, and all the money is on the road in gravel. My question is the way the contract is worded, he financed some of the lots personally. If the lots are not fully paid off, according to the contract, does he still ”own” and have rights to those lots to keep us below the 50% mark?

My sons trailer, my land My son financed a mobile home since 1996.

My sons trailer, my land
My son financed a mobile home since 1996. The trailer sits on my land and my name is not on the notes. I have been living in the trailer with my son the whole time. He was paying the note and more for years. Because he was paying more than the note he just paid each month and didn’t pay attention that the note had ballooned to much more than he was paying. He hasn’t paid a note in months. I understand that they now own the trailer, but since I’m still living in it do they have to give me an eviction notice?

If a Power of Attorney is valid?

If a Power of Attorney is valid? One of the witnesses that signed the POA stated there was no notary present at the time the principal signed this document. But it was somehow notarized later.
This POA was used to obtain $300K plus. Is this POA valid? If no notary was present?
The principal of the POA was an elderly person, age 66, in hospital, disabled from stroke in brainstem.
Wouldnt these actions taken with the use of the POA, fall under Finanical Exploitation of the Elderly, White collar crimes such as Bank Fraud, Embezzelement, Forgery and Larceny?
I hope you can help me. I feel like there are laws broken, but no one will tell me where to go to for help. Or how do I report this?

Hello, I am a female national guard soldier about to deploy to Iraq in Jan.

Hello, I am a female national guard soldier about to deploy to Iraq in Jan. I have 3 children and I am remarried. My ex says he will persue custody of my younger 2 while I am in Iraq. I have domicile and he has joint with visitation when agreed upon between both parties. He is 7000 behind in childsupport, doesn’t have a stable home, or employment. We divorced due to his drug addiction to crack cocaine. I am not fully convinced, due to his lack of ability to hold a job and stable home, that he is not still using illegal drugs. My current husband and I have a stable home, and jobs. If he were to succeed, he would seperate them from their older brother, change their schools, friends, and move them out of state. I already have a power of attorney over the children going to my current husband per my army family care plan. what else can I do?